Point Grey

Edition Office / Lorne, Australia

Located just over a kilometre west of the township, Point Grey is a 1.7 hectare site, home to two buildings which have been of great importance to the Lorne community and to its wider tourism potential. The project will deliver significant new public realm works with new buildings re-imagined to offer improved facilities for the restaurant, café, aquatic and angling clubs. The design creatively re-thinks Point Grey’s public open space and its relationship to buildings, the pier, the foreshore, town and hinterland.

The redevelopment will become a magnet for visitors and local alike, transforming Point Grey into an iconic important Victorian destination and recreational hub. Innovative built form and outstanding landscape architecture will combine with the location’s outstanding natural beauty. The project, being delivered by the Great Ocean Road Coast Committee is a key strategic driver in revitalising Lorne, increasing it’s offering and turning the prominent headland into a destination that attracts and encourages visitors to stay overnight.

Site Area

.48 ha


  • Competition
  • Landscape Master Plan
  • Waterfront


  • Great Ocean Road Coast Committee